The Foundation is extremely grateful to the many supporters who have already made donations to The Helen Foundation. The charity is only able to function through the kind donations of its supporters.


Making a Donation

Donations to The Helen Foundation can be made in a number of ways:


You can also make a donation to the Helen Foundation by Paypal by simply clicking on the button below. PayPal Giving Fund is a registered charity (No. 1110538) that enables eBay and PayPal users to give to charity quickly and easily. PayPal Giving Fund certifies charities to participate in the eBay for Charity programme, and collects donations from eBay and PayPal users. It also distributes those donations and Gift Aid to donors’ chosen charities, which receive 100% of the funds raised.

Make a donation to The Helen Foundation (registered charity 1110538) via Paypal


Virgin Money Giving





THF has teamed up with Virgin Money to make donating to the charity even easier!

Simply login here and away you go.  The site automatically recovers tax through Gift Aid if you are a UK tax payer.  We are so grateful to all those who donate to the charity and especially thank all those who make monthly DD donations to the charity. This replaces Just Giving as The Helen Foundation premier means to donate and arrange sponsorship for events.

Make a donation using Virgin Money Giving


Transferring money online

To transfer donations to us using your bank’s phone or online service, please use these details:

Account Name: The Helen Foundation Account
Sort Code:   72-06-10
Account No:   04361881
Bank:   Alliance & Leicester
Bank address:   2 Courtenay Street, Newton Abbot, Devon TQ12 2HF


By post

Please do not send cash by post. Send a cheque, postal order or CAF voucher made payable to ‘The Helen Foundation’ to:

The Helen Foundation
3 Broadlands
Devon, TQ14 0EH
United Kingdom
Further sponsors and donors are always welcome and we should be glad to hear from anyone who feels able to make a regular donation through standing order or direct debit.